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Ma-l'ch 29, 1938- L. FRIEDBERG 2,112,620 COSMETIC CARRIER AND APPLIER Filed July 14, ' 1936 J8 INVENTOR , BY WWW 6/‘; ATTORNEY 2,112,620’ Patented Mar. 29, 1938 UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE" 2,112,620 COSMETIC CARRIER AND APPLIER Leonard Friedberg, New York, N. Y., assignor to Paris Cosmetics, 1110., New York, N. Y. Application July 14, 1936, Serial No. 90,485 5 Claims. (Cl. 132—79) This invention relates in its broad aspect to cosmetic dispensers, and particularly to mascara carriers and appliers, embodying appropriate casings of reduced size to be carried in a lady’s 5 hand bag for immediate use if and when desired, or the casing may be supported from the belt or otherwise, by small chains, ribbons or cords; a preferable tiny size of the casing should be about 21/4 inches long and about 5/8” in rectilinear cross 10' section, which would leave ample space within for housing in compact relation the elements or devices which collectively comprise the invention. Broadly, the invention comprises structural means for slowly dispensing a cosmetic prepared 15 in semi-fluid form, from a collapsible tube, sack or bladder of soft rubber, soft tin or like mate~ rial and means for forcing or extruding the cos metic through a restricted ori?ce or channel to preserve cleanliness in the interval operations of 20 supplying or presenting, the semi-?uid material to a suitable implement for applying or spreading the said material for beautifying purposes. A further feature of the invention resides in the construction of the container and its associ ated parts, which collectively form a unit easily removable from its casing when empty, after which a new or full unit may be substituted so that the casing may serve over a long period of time and may easily be re?lled. 30 In the accompanying drawing, I have illus 3 trated a practical embodiment of the device but the construction shown therein is to be under stood as illustrative only, and not de?ning the limits of the invention. It may be stated there fore that the general object of the invention is the provision of a device which is substantial in construction, convenient in operation and where by the desired ends may be accomplished in a simple and expeditious manner. 40 In the drawing: Fig. 1 is a side elevation of the improved cos metic dispenser. Fig. 2 is a central vertical-longitudinal section 45 thereof taken on the line 2—2 of Fig. 3. Fig. 3 is a front elevation of the dispenser. Fig. 4 is. a side elevation of the device with the main parts of the casing swung to an open, or partially open position. Fig. 5 is a horizontal sectional plan view of the 50 device on line 5—5 of Fig. 2. Fig. 6 is a side elevation of a spring element employed. Fig. 7 is a side elevation of a cosmetic collapsible 65 container and associated elements collectively forming a removable unit or re?ll when the con tainer is emptied of its contents. Fig. 8 is a side elevation partly broken away to disclose the construction of a modi?ed form of casing having a snap catch and spring means for forcing the casing sections apart on their hinge connection when the catch is unlatched. - Referring to the drawing in detail and more speci?cally to Figs. 1 to '7 thereof, a casing I, is composed of an outer three-quarter shell part 2, and an inner shell part 3, which are hingedly connected, as at Ia. The inner shell part 3, is closed at its inner side by a wall 4, having an elongated opening 5, closed by a push bar 6, se cured to a spring 1, as at 8; said spring being of flat cross section and is looped down under the lower end of a collapsible container 9 and then 5 extended upwardly against the front wall ID of the inner shell part 3, and preferably secured to 20 said wall at I I. The casing above described contains a compart ment I2, into the top of which is removably but snugly ?tted a block or head I3, formed with op posite nipples I4 and I5, the latter being ball shaped to which the upper or open end of the container 9 may be made fast by a spring ring I6 or otherwise; the interior of the container be ing coaxial and communicating with a vertical bore I‘I, extending through both nipples I4 and I5, (see Fig. 2), the bore being closed at the top by a closure cap or nut I8, threaded down on the upper nipple I4. Another smaller compartment I9, is provided in the casing 2 for the reception of a brush 20 or other types of implements for applying the semi liquid cosmetic. In Fig. 8 of the drawing, the parts 2 and 3 of the casing I, are locked together at the top by a spring catch 2|, cooperating with a teat 22 and for causing the casing members or parts to swing open when the said catch 2| is unlatched, a flat spring 23 is riveted to the floor of the com partment I9 and has tensional bearing in the wall 4 of compartment I2, thus the parts 2 and 3 are forced apart and swing around the center of the hinge la. The plugs supporting the collapsible containers are preferably removable so that re?lls such as are shown in Fig. 7 may be purchased and the old casing used over and over again, but the plugs may be tight in a less expensive case and sold as a single service article. A rubber tube or bag, as described hereinbefore, is especially desirable and practical in cases of the quick drying cosmetic creams. pastes, etc.,_ 2-1 2,112,620 like mascara, since the resilient re-expansion of the tube after the squeezing pressure ceases, will the open end of one compartment, a collapsible cause’ a vacuum therein which will draw the sur downwardly in the said compartment; a nozzle at the upper side of said plug; a screw cap for closing said nozzle and a U-shaped spring de vice straddling the bottom portion of said bag adapted through ?nger pressure for engaging plus cream, paste, like mascara etc., back into the tube from the dispensing openings and channels of the respective device and thereby will keep said channels and openings free. Without such bag container supported by the plug and hanging a resilient bag some quick drying cosmetics would clog up the channels and prevent a. further use 10 of the contents. the opposite sides of the bag to force the contents thereof through said nozzle when the said screw What I claim as new and desire to secure by compartment for applying the extruded contents Letters Patent, is: 1. In combination, a two-part casing, the parts’ being hinged to one another, the second part 15 acting as a cover for the ?rst part when not in use; said ?rst part being divided into respective large and small compartments; a collapsible con tainer for a semi-fluid cosmetic; a removable plug snugly ?tted in the top of the large com 20 partment and supporting said collapsible con tainer, said plug being formed with a nozzle; a. closure cap in said nozzle and means operated by a ?nger of the user for contacting the con tainer and causing a small amount of its contents 25 to be forced through said nozzle when the clo sure cap is removed for the purpose speci?ed. 2. In a construction recited in claim 1, said means comprising a ?at spring looped around the free end of the container and extending up wardly along and parallel with its opposite sides, and a reinforcing bar secured to one leg of said spring for distributing the ?nger thrusts on said container. 3. In a dispensing device for cosmetics, a two ‘part casing, said parts being adapted one to be received within the other and being hinged to gether at one of their ends, each part providing a separate compartment; a tubular plug closing cap is removed, and an instrument in the other 10 for the purpose described. 4. A dispensing device for a semi-liquid cos metic, comprising a casing having a compart ment; a tubular plug having a nipple at its lower 15 side and a nozzle at its upper side, a closure cap on said nozzle, the plug closing the open end of said compartment; a rubber bag supported on said nipple and containing a semi-?uid cosmetic and a spring extending at opposite sides of the 20 bag for squeezing out the contents through ?nger pressure. 7 5. A device for dispensing a semi-?uid cos metic comprising a casing of two parts hinged together at one end and normally locked together 25 at their opposite ends; a tubular block having a respective oppositely extending nipple and a nozzle; a closure cap on said nozzle; the block being removably supported within said casing, a collapsible bag suspended from said nipple; a 80 two-arm ?at spring, the arms extending up wardly at opposite sides of said bag and one arm being secured to the casing and a stiff plate con nected to the other arm of said. spring, against which ?nger pressure may be applied for forcing the cosmetic upwardly through said nozzle when the case parts are open and the cap removed. LEONARD FRIEDBERG.